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Gap of DunloeThe Killarney area is one of Ireland’s best known tourist destinations, and is famed throughout the world for its breathtakingly magnificent scenery.

The town itself is relatively small, although its population swells somewhat in the summer months. Despite the influx of people, the town retains its friendly and intimate atmosphere at all times.

The name ‘Killarney’ comes from “Chill Airne”, meaning “church of the sloe”, the original site of which is thought to be the location of the present day St. Mary’s Church of Ireland. Other landmarks in the town include Ross Castle, and Killarney Cathedral (designed by Pugin and finally completed in the 1920’s after some eighty years of construction work).

Minutes from Killarney National Park

Muckross houseKillarney is probably best known for its superb scenery, the heart of which is Killarney National Park, Irelands first National Park, and one of its largest. The National Park comprises over 25,000 acres of mountains, woodlands and waterways, and includes the famous ‘Lakes of Killarney’. It is readily accessible to the visitor, whether driving, cycling or on foot.

Things to do in and around Killarney

Muckross House & Gardens Torc Waterfall Ross Castle
Killarney Lakes Killarney Cathedral Jaunting Cars
Shopping Gap of Dunloe Ring of Kerry
Dingle Skellig Rock Golfing
Hillwalking Canoeing Horse Riding
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